Ruger 10/22 Anything about the Ruger 10/22 family of rifles.

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Old 06-04-2012, 18:16   #1
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Question Clueless and need help on gun pricing.

Ok, if you read my intro then you know what I am needing...basically I inherited some guns and want to sell, but I know nothing about guns. Here is what I have (Just doing one for now). Can anyone let me know what something like this would sell for? As far as I know it fires fine, no rust, looks really nice to me...

Ruger 10-22 carbine22 long range caliber rifle. SN# 116-04-155. It has a tasco 4x32 scope. Kwiksite mount, and a Harris 1A ultralite stand with spring mechanism and adjustable bi-pod. (had a friend write down all that info for me..if I need something else, let me know.) It was made in 1977 according to the serial number but says made in the 200th year of american liberty on it. Going to attempt to attach photos. Ok, I don't think the photos are going to load...I may try another way. If you want me to just send them via email. please let me know. thanks
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working on using a photo site so I can host the pics...the site downloader didn't work.
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Ok, if you read my intro then you know what I am needing...basically I inherited some guns and want to sell, but I know nothing about guns. Here is what I have (Just doing one for now). Can anyone let me know what something like this would sell for? As far as I know it fires fine, no rust, looks really nice to me...

Ruger 10-22 carbine22 long range caliber rifle. SN# 116-04-155. It has a tasco 4x32 scope. Kwiksite mount, and a Harris 1A ultralite stand with spring mechanism and adjustable bi-pod. (had a friend write down all that info for me..if I need something else, let me know.) It was made in 1977 according to the serial number but says made in the 200th year of american liberty on it. Going to attempt to attach photos. Ok, I don't think the photos are going to load...I may try another way. If you want me to just send them via email. please let me know. thanks

I'd guess you could pull $200 easy; probably no more than $275 if the right buyer came along.
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The scope and mounts look really rough so they'll add nothing for value. The rat of the gun appears pretty decent although couple pics are hard to tell if the receiver has corrosion. If so, it'll bring little, maybe $150. Being a deluxe, it'll bring a bit more than a standard carbine of the same condition but just because of the walnut stock. Better pics would help.
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That rifle is in serious need of some maintenance. There is a demand for Liberty Rugers, but whomever owned that one didn't give it the respect that it deserves. I'd say $175 tops, with a tail wind.
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250.00 up
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The demand for the "liberty" models is for when they're a MUCH better condition, usually closer to EX+ condition and more so when it's closer to NIB. The shooter grade ones just don't command much premium.

Am curious about the reasoning behind the "$250 up".
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Maybe watching this auction will help.

http://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Vie...Item=290995772

Note that the carbine value is usually a bit lower than the DSP stock style you have. What will really make a big swing in value is condition and at least to me the pics are not enough to tell you the condition of your rifle.

Also since you said that do not have much interest in guns I suggest you do a bit of research on how to legally sell a rifle in your state. Most states are OK with FTF transfers to other in state residents - but not all. If you let us know which state we can probably at least let you know if you are in a "bad" state.

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